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As this Story Tells it, I Don’t Like Hakon
Reviewed in the United States on July 22, 2021
This is one miserable person who is not, in any way, shape, or form, a Great King. He is petty, a very limp-spined young king to be that killed many of his men because of inexperience.
As a king in his prime he had a Big Ego and a temper that rooked no question by those who had good, valid input. But Hakon just ignored it and got angry if he didn’t like it.
As a king past his physical prime he was obstinate, maudlin at his long time friends getting bumped off, and was back to being a Super Gloomy Gus who forgot just who got him into the kingship (Hint: it wasn’t his poor head work and allowing a family of killers go free, only to have them return to devastate Old Norway and drive back the advance of the Nordic culture.
At the end he was a petty tyrant in all but name.